Whistleblower, Philip Haney, who served the United States for 15 years, at Homeland Security, maintains that President Obama has not “faithfully carried out his duty to guard Americans against terrorism”. In a video interview, WND reported that the administration refused to acknowledge the existence of information linking terror groups and individuals.
Philip Haney left DHS believing that Obama had enforced political scrubbing of Muslim intelligence records needed to stop future terror attacks.
The following testimony from Philip Haney, breaking his silence, uncovers how Obama has kept the DHS from using their intelligence gathered to connect the dots and stop terror attacks. Travel back to 2009, when Flight 253 would have been blown up had the passengers not subdued Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab. Obama excoriated the DHS for dropping the ball.
Amid the chaos of the 2009 holiday travel season, jihadists planned to slaughter 290 innocent travelers on a Christmas Day flight from the Netherlands to Detroit, Michigan. Twenty-three-year old Nigerian Muslim Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab intended to detonate Northwest Airlines Flight 253, but the explosives in his underwear malfunctioned and brave passengers subdued him until he could be arrested. The graphic and traumatic defeat they planned for the United States failed, that time.
Following the attempted attack, President Obama threw the intelligence community under the bus for its failure to “connect the dots.” He said, “this was not a failure to collect intelligence, it was a failure to integrate and understand the intelligence that we already had.”
Philip Haney said Obama’s words destroyed the morale of the DHS and the rage toward the administration was deep, as there was a “bureaucratic effort to destroy actual intelligence gathered”.
Haney told WND host, Alex Jones, “We've done our job, but the administration literally, deliberately, and intentionally has refused to acknowledge the existence of this information.”
View the interview on the next page about Haney's book See Something, Say Nothing, on the following page.